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Resolve Hybrid Annual Conference 2022

Annual Conference 2022

Back In-person (and online) is the flagship ASB event of the year - RESOLVE's annual conference, forming Day 3 of ASB Awareness Week.

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Secure Your Spot at the ASB Event of the Year

Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for group purchases to receive a further, exclusive discount

Hybrid Conference Virtual tickets
20-07-2022 9:30 am
Price: 165 non members/75 members
Hybrid Conference In Person tickets
20-07-2022 9:30 am
London
Price: £255 members/£395 non members

Please note we are a not-for-profit organisation and all ticket prices reflect the cost of the event.

Third & Voluntary Sector Rates - please contact us for booking information


Conference Date
20th July 2022
Timings
Main Conference 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Post Conference Networking Event with refreshments 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location
BMA House, Tavistock Square,
Central London, WC1H 9JP
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Ticket Info:
 Limited In-person & Virtual Delegate places are now available.
To confirm your place now please go to the conference booking section below to book your place.
Covid19 Info
BMA House Covid 19 conscious procedures

Included With Your In-Person Ticket

  • All Day Delegate Pass  at the Conference, allowing you to move freely throughout the Conference venue, enjoy any of the sessions and hear from all of our incredible speakers
  • Refreshments throughout the day and a  hot buffet lunch
  • Access to  The Networking Event,  where you will have the opportunity to connect with experts in the sector and get to know some of the speakers (refreshments and nibbles are also included here)
  • Ask your own questions directly to the speakers,  including the Regulator of Social Housing and the Housing Ombudsman
  • Exclusive insight into what goes on 'behind the scenes' for ASB Awareness Week and opportunities to engage with the campaign (which saw over 16 million mentions on Twitter last year)
  • Access to a beautiful open-air courtyard  where you can take a comfort break at any time and enjoy some fresh air
  • Meet the Team at RESOLVE and the minds behind ASB Awareness Week
  • Covid-safe event  following all of the latest health and safety procedures (BMA House's Covid procedures)

Speakers

Dame Vera Baird - Victims' Commissioner for England and Wales

Dame Vera Baird - Victims' Commissioner for England and Wales

Dame Vera was appointed Solicitor General in 2007. As the House of Common’s most senior law officer, Dame Vera was closely involved in criminal justice policy and legislation and played a key role in taking the Equalities Act 2010 through its House of Commons stages. In recognition of her service to women and equality, Dame Vera was appointed Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in 2017 and is the current Victims' Commissioner for England and Wales.

Richard Blakeway - Housing Ombudsman

Richard Blakeway - Housing Ombudsman

Richard was appointed as Housing Ombudsman from 1 September 2019. He has extensive experience in the housing sector, with previous roles including Deputy Mayor of London for Housing, chair of the Homes for London board, and a non-executive director of Homes England.

Kate Dodsworth - Director of Consumer Regulation at the Regulator for Social Housing

Kate Dodsworth - Director of Consumer Regulation at the Regulator for Social Housing

Kate was Chief Executive of Gateway Housing Association for three years until starting her current role as Director of Consumer Regulation at the Regulator for Social Housing in July 2021. She was an external examiner for Westminster University until 2019 and a co-founder of the charity, Leadership2025, which aims to increase representation of black housing professionals in senior roles and address structural inequality.

Anthony Peltier - Assistant Chief Officer

Anthony Peltier - Assistant Chief Officer

Anthony received the Pride of Britain Award in 2002 for saving the life of a youth who had been stabbed in the heart. Anthony is a Sociapreneur and change agent. As well as working to secure a cultural organisational change in all public sector and private sector organisations and institutions, Anthony uses his time to support and nurture agents of change; young people who will develop the skills and attributes required to influence and champion social change in their communities.

Jason Kew (Hon MFPH) - Senior Innovative Practice at The Centre for Justice Innovation

Jason Kew (Hon MFPH) - Senior Innovative Practice at The Centre for Justice Innovation

A former police officer, Jason regularly sits on panels of events where he shares his knowledge on evidence based drug diversion, and on emerging schemes in the UK, such as at a recent side event held by the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs. He was recently commended for his work by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, and notably this award acknowledges Jason’s leadership in changing the culture of those in law enforcement to see that a health based approach to those who use drugs is more effective than arrest to achieve a reduction in use.

Andy Prophet - Assistant Chief Constable for Local Policing and Public Protection

Andy Prophet - Assistant Chief Constable for Local Policing and Public Protection

After becoming Chief Superintendent in 2013, Andy was the Local Policing Commander for the South and then the West Local Policing Area. In 2017 Andy completed the Strategic Command Course and became Assistant Chief Constable for Local Policing and Public Protection.

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Matthew Norford - CEO 1 Message

Matthew grew up in Rusholme, Manchester; a deprived inner-city area that experienced high levels of gun and gang-related crime. Despite being offered an opportunity to become a professional basketball player, Matthew was drawn down a criminal path, becoming embroiled and leading a gang and serving a number of jail sentences for drug-related crimes. But after losing his brother to gang violence in 2011, Matthew has used his pain and loss to turn his life around. After gaining qualifications, and voluntary and formal work experience Matthew decided to form his own business which would allow him to assist young people in recognising the consequences of their lifestyle choices, create awareness of gang crimes and educate on preventative measures.

Harvinder Saimbhi - CEO ASB Help

Harvinder Saimbhi - CEO ASB Help

Harvinder Saimbhi is the CEO at ASB Help, a national charity dedicated to the memory of Fiona Pilkington and her daughter, Francecca. ASB Help champions the victims’ voice and Harvinder is extremely passionate about ensuring the victim is placed at the heart of the response when tackling ASB. Harvinder has worked in the field of community safety for over 25 years and has held several prominent positions in tackling hate crime and ASB. This was recognised and Harvinder was awarded a lifetime achievement award.

Mark Gilman - Consultant Trainer in Substance Use Disorders

Mark Gilman - Consultant Trainer in Substance Use Disorders

Mark Gilman has spent over 40 years working in addictions research, policy and practice. Mark was the Strategic Recovery Lead for Substance Misuse in Public Health England (PHE) where he always emphasised the importance of housing (along with employment and social connections) in successful recovery from Substance Use Disorders.

Rebecca Bryant OBE - RESOLVE CEO

Rebecca Bryant OBE - RESOLVE CEO

With almost 20 years’ experience of working within community safety and antisocial behaviour, Rebecca joined Resolve as CEO in 2018. Since then has continued to work closely with the Home Office and other Government bodies to represent Resolve members and influence national policy. Rebecca has also worked at Manchester City Council as Head of Crime and Disorder, and in 2015 Rebecca was awarded an OBE for services to the Community and Victim Support in Manchester.

 

Kuljit Bhogal - Joint Head of Housing at Cornerstone Barristers

Kuljit Bhogal - Joint Head of Housing at Cornerstone Barristers

Kuljit is the leading authority on the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014. She has extensive experience of handling complex and high-profile cases including those that involve vulnerable perpetrators/victims with mental health problems and cases where there are Equality Act 2010 or Public Sector Equality Duty issues. She wrote ‘Cornerstone on Anti-Social Behaviour, the Second edition was published in May 2019.

Jenna Soame - Health & Wellbeing Manager Evolve Housing & Support

Jenna Soame - Health & Wellbeing Manager Evolve Housing & Support

Jenna leads the Health and Wellbeing team at London homelessness charity Evolve Housing + Support, offering psychological support to residents of their supported housing and external partners. She has previously managed mentoring programmes in the criminal justice sector and is a trustee for homelessness charity Restart.


Programme

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TimeSession Information
9:30 Introduction/Welcome
9:40 Chairs Welcome – Anthony Peltier
10:00 Keynote Speaker – Dame Vera Baird, Victims Commissioner (Invited)
10:10 Keynote Speaker – Andy Prophet, Assistant Chief Constable for Local Policing and Public Protection
10:20 Keynote Speaker – Minister (invited)
10:30 Guest Speaker – Harvinder Saimbhi, CEO ASB Help
10:50 Keynote Speaker – Matthew Norford, CEO 1 Message
11:10 Guest Speaker – Jenna Soame, Health & Wellbeing Manager Evolve Housing & Support
11:30 Comfort Break
12:00 Keynote Speaker  - Jason Kew, Centre for Justice Innovation
12:40 Guest Speaker – Mark Gilman, Housing & Health
13:00 Guest Speaker – Kuljit Bhogal, Joint Head of Housing at Cornerstone Barristers  
13:15 Networking Lunch
14:15 Keynote Speaker – Kate Dodsworth, Director of Consumer Regulation at the Regulator for Social Housing
14:35 Keynote Speaker – Richard Blakeway, Housing Ombudsman
14:55 Panel Q&A Session
15:25 Closing Comments
15:30 The conference closes followed with a Networking Event with refreshments 4-6 PM

Headline Event Sponsor

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Resolve Hybrid Annual Conference 2022 is proudly sponsored by REACT.

Since its introduction in 2005, ReACT has led the UK in Community Safety Case Management solutions. ReACT combines software innovation, current legislation, industry best practice and real caseworker feedback, to deliver a solution trusted by 100’s of organisations including social landlords, local authorities and safety partnerships across the UK.

Website: react-asb.co.uk


New Sponsorship Opportunity: Conference Sponsorship

We host a number of popular, live, hybrid and virtual events and organisations have the opportunity to sponsor one of these events.

  • Bespoke marketing package for each event
  • Reach a relevant and engaged audience
  • Pre/post-event promotion in our weekly news + social media
  • Magazine & E-Book coverage

Our sponsorship policy is selective and sponsorship capacity is very limited.
If you would like some more information and be considered as a potential future sponsor, please get in touch.


Pricing

Bookings are now live. To confirm your place please click on the ‘in-person’ or ‘virtual’ link below to book your place.

Hybrid Conference Virtual tickets
20-07-2022 9:30 am
Price: 165 non members/75 members
Hybrid Conference In Person tickets
20-07-2022 9:30 am
London
Price: £255 members/£395 non members

Member-Only Rates

£255.00pp - Member Only In-person tickets Giving delegates access to the webinars during ASB Awareness Week taking place at 1pm on Tuesday 19th & Thursday 21st July with a virtual celebration event on Friday 22nd (TBC)

£75.00pp - Member Only Virtual tickets to attend the conference online

*For bookings of 3 or more please get in touch for a further discount

Non Member Rates

£395.00 - Non-Member In-person tickets Giving delegates access to the webinars during ASB Awareness Week taking place at 1PM on Tuesday 19th & Thursday 21st July with a virtual celebration event on Friday 22nd (TBC)

£165.00 - Non-member Virtual tickets to attend the conference online

Third & Voluntary Sector Rates - please contact us for booking information

Please note we are a not for profit organisation and all ticket prices reflect the cost of the event.

Past Conferences

2021 RESOLVE 25 Conference

Please click here to view the Conference E-Book

2019 Conference

  • Patron - Baroness Newlove

  • Best Project Award Winner 2019

  • Residents Award Winner 2019

  • Nazir Afzal - Speaker 2019

  • ReACT Main Sponsor

  • Rebecca Bryant - Resolve

  • Chair of the board - Roger Griffiths

  • Team of the year award winner 2019

  • Main conference room

  • Practitioner Of The Year Winner 2019

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  • I would recommend Resolve’s antisocial behaviour Quality Assurance Framework (QAF) as a fantastic way to have an independent refresh of your ASB service to ensure community safety partnerships are delivering a high standard of victim care.

    Jo Grimshaw, Antisocial Behaviour Manager
    Jo Grimshaw, Antisocial Behaviour Manager Surrey Police
  • The process was very straight forward and turnaround was very quick. The Resolve associate was knowledgeable and helpful. The feedback was returned in an easy format and informed our policy development going forwards.

    Samantha Allcott
    Samantha Allcott Housing Plus Group
  • The exercise was really worthwhile, and I would recommend it to any organisation wishing to ensure they are providing a high-quality approach (which satisfies regulatory standards) to their customers when managing cases of antisocial behaviour.
    A huge thank you goes to Resolve who worked step by step through this process with us.

    Regional Business Manager
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  • Our old model was different in each region and business area, having a slightly different approach to investigation, recording and monitoring. By harmonising the approach and creating a Community Safety Hub bringing together ASB, domestic abuse, hate crime and community cohesion, Resolve is helping Riverside deliver excellence to its customers.

    Dean Butterworth, Regional Director
    Dean Butterworth, Regional Director Riverside Liverpool City Region
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